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Pquenin Pquenin
Publié le 01/10/07 à 04:48
No problem for installation. From the time when we bought it rcupre version complte ncessite that any online registration or dblocage complicated.

The manual is clear and simple, everything is there: the installation of the plugin, architecture, explanations for Retailer for the settings, and even the description of all adverse effects of the section.

SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

I use it on a PC 3Ghz 1GB RAM Windows XP, rolled himself Obviously, this plugin is in CPU rev economy, as well as memory. It is highly recommended for low-powered configurations, the o Sampletank and other Kontact would have difficulty turning.

What I sduit is its ralisations trs treated.
The interface is beautiful, clear, well-organized.
You can have a view Reduces, and views over the Retailer for shipping sounds, exploring the presets.
Each function has t Designed with care: the publishing of sound, navigation in the sound bank, the allocation of paramtres to MIDI CONTRL.
We see that the designers have a little dig the head before programming the bte, to make it enjoyable to use, and no function key is missing.
Cot programming seems too neat trs ca works without any problem, no bugs, no crashes using.

Cot's now the Ravity (S) offers a wide range of different sounds and Varis. The size of the sample set is 32 MB, which is both a strength and a weakness.
Cot "more," can be lightweight in memory consumption, the samples as well programmed, they are used, there is a sound that was the charm readers of sample whose hardware Ravity (S) is based (Roland JV-1080 for example).
Another advantage, sounds load faster and does not occupy space on the hard disk.
Cot "minus", the acoustic sounds are not as ralistes that found on Romplers like Sampletank, and other more Gnant: you can not use personal samples, there is limited the originating bank.

Well, in a mix, the sounds of Ravity trs pass well, and some have seen the limits evokes thundering above.

For my part, I use the Ravity (S) not for its presets, but for its ability to Fast Fashion.
The architecture of Ravity (S) is: a sound is composed of 1 4 layers, each layer possde 1 or 2 oscillators, and each layer has its own paramtres and effects of stroke can be cr er sounds trs scrolls.
And as ergonomics and the look is at the top, it's a pleasure to do sound design with this synth.

OVERALL OPINION

Overall, Ravity (S) is a Russianness.
I use it for over a year and is one of the matresses pices of my config.

My only complaint vritable vis vis this plugin is its price.
Of course, the quality of ralisations explained, and there is much less expensive than ROMpler as Sampltank, but a $ 100 price infrieur would seem more appropriate.

Well, I broke down and do not regret my purchase.
This is an enjoyable companion Fidler and on which we can always count on.
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